09/12/2013, 09:23 AM
I'm after some advice as to the best method of erasing / resetting my Touchpad.
I have both WebOS and Android (CM10) installed on my Touchpad, and both work very well.
However, I want to sell my Touchpad but want to leave both Operating Systems installed. Having said that, I obviously want to:
1. Erase all account settings on the device (for both O/S's).
2. Erase all personal data stored on the device.
I have gone through the process of reseeting the CM10 installation and I get the Android welcome screen when I boot into CM10 (which is great). However, when I boot into WebOS and take a look at the internal storage, I can still see elements of data left behind on the device (which isn't so good).
So what I'm looking for is a process where I can erase all the CM10 stuff, then erase all the WebOS stuff, ready for me to sell.
Is there a standard way to do this? or do I need to start to uninstall CM10, WebOS Doctor the device and then reinstall CM10? I don't really want to use WebOS Doctor unless I have to, I'm just looking for the most effective way to get this device into a state where I can sell it.
Hopefully someone can provide the appropriate guidance.
Many thanks in advance.